Yauza Place, Moscow
Maria and Denis
Yauza Place, Moscow
Maria and Denis
10 years ago, Masha and Denis got married in Spain. With our help, of course!
This time we met with the guys to bring the Mediterranean to Moscow.
The Yauza Place became the setting, where every studio, room, and courtyard filled with the atmosphere of another hot coastal country, Italy...
We didn't want to portray Italy, but we really wanted the ambiance to be felt. We were lucky with the weather—a clear and hot day.
The charm of a Mediterranean village was created with blue natural tablecloths, umbrellas to shield from the scorching sun, and guests dressed in light summer outfits.
The arrival of the bride at a wedding is always a ceremony, but for our light atmosphere, we wanted something different—simple and playful.
The car, in tune with the surroundings, immediately became another photo spot for everyone and a vivid impression for the children. After all, we all know that retro cars are everyone's weakness: girls take pictures, men admire.
But finding what we needed in a rental turned out to be a difficult task. We involved all our acquaintances and found the perfect Porsche Speedster—just like the ones we had as references!
What kind of ceremony would be appropriate for a 10-year wedding anniversary and fit seamlessly into the Mediterranean ambiance? Ironic, stylish, and with a suitable soundtrack.
When the guys gathered at the "altar" with their children, Leonard Cohen's song, "Hallelujah," started playing. We came up with a cool thing: we reworked the lyrics, replacing them with stories about the family's most significant and happiest moments. After each verse, the guests sang "Hallelujah!" while laughing and sharing the joy, recalling all those events.
We won't hide that it was one of the most unusual and touching ceremonies in the agency's history, and it was also a complete surprise for the couple!
Imagine strolling along the Mediterranean coast, going from one café to another, stopping to breathe in the air and enjoy the scorching sun, sipping delicious cocktails and chatting with loved ones. Music can be heard, one tune follows another—this was the atmosphere that reigned at this event.
Ruslan Sabirov welcomed everyone at the entrance, then the "Zhuliki" got everyone dancing in every corner of Yauza Place, followed by Teona Kontidze igniting everyone once again with her energy, and for dessert, Efim Ginzburg played his set for those who thought it wasn't enough!
MATTINA DELLA SPOSA
Our Masha is not only great with vintage cars but also with outfits. We spent the morning NOT as a bride, BUT as a wife, in the style of Marie Antoinette, with luxury and a love for beauty.
By the way, shots from this photoshoot made it into a big film, which we will tell you about in future publications.
A cinema at events—a hot event trend that we set and recommend everyone to take note of!
Videographers no longer have to condense all the meaning into a three-minute clip and agonize over choosing shots from a multitude of great ones to show at dinner.
When there's space, we create a special room and organize a real movie screening.
For this event, archival footage from the wedding and family life, as well as interviews with the children and love story, were combined in the film. It turned out to be a truly kind and warm short film, which we showed to the guests in one of the halls at Yauza Place.
The cake, in the best traditions of European events, was presented as a show: the chef assembled layers with cream and berries right in front of the guests' eyes. Beautiful, fresh, and delicious. And very exciting! After all, this is exactly what takes us back to childhood—we all remember ourselves as children eagerly waiting for our mothers or grandmothers to prepare those cherished treats.
Con te voglio invecchiare, translated from Italian, means "With you, I want to grow old." Can one wish for more? We are very happy to create events when two people love each other and want to get married.
But let's not hide the fact that celebrating 5, 10, 20!